Look at those shifty eyes. That is one scary dude. Hate to meet up with him in the isle of some supermarket I tell ya. Oh sure. You don’t think he’s that frightening. Do ya? Thought not. That’s cos you don’t yet know the CRIME this ultimate mastermind committed. Sure, you can laff at me cos you’re safely out of the way. But I live here.. What if I run into him. Before daylight.
Fact is, that man is wanted by the authorities and that isn’t a gag.
Okay ... so I fiddled with the opening headline a little bit. Doesn’t make him any less wanted.
Fact remains the guy is a crinimal and must be stopped before he breathes on some innocent bystander.
Anyway, crimes of this nature MUST be stamped out least others take courage and follow in same smelly path.
Guy is a menace to society. Maybe the world.
Certainly to Vampires.
£2 million garlic smuggler: On-the-run
grocer is among worst tax cheats named and shamed by Customs
Murugasan Natarajan dodged paying tax on garlic imported from China
By Martin Robinson and Vanessa Allen
A grocer who went on the run after he was caught smuggling garlic was named as one of Britain’s worst tax criminals yesterday.
Murugasan Natarajan, 57, dodged paying £2million in import taxes by smuggling tons of fresh garlic from China.
He was one of 32 criminals named and pictured in a ‘rogues gallery’ of the worst tax cheats of 2012, compiled by HM Revenue and Customs.
Natarajan, of Southall, West London, imported huge containers of fresh garlic without paying duty by telling Customs officials that the product was fresh ginger, which is untaxed.
But inspectors noticed that the containers used for the shipments were too cold for ginger, yet the perfect temperature for garlic.
When the containers were opened, hundreds of boxes of fresh garlic were found inside.
Natarajan ran a grocery business, Perfect Imports And Exports, and planned to sell the garlic to wholesalers. He was arrested and released on bail, but went on the run and has not been traced. He was tried in his absence last month and given a six-year jail sentence.
Is this a joke? Smuggling garlic - I can’t believe this crappola. Actually he looks like the guy (he is Indian, though I do recognize the Hindu gods on his wall) who runs our corner quick stop market. This is guy, however, is one of the nicest guys I know, so I guess it depends on where you come from and how you were raised.
not a gag Wardmom. I just wrote it up as one but really, not a joke.
So,what does this say about the olfactory qualities of the Royal Customs Agents, that they can’t tell the diff between Garlic and Ginger.
Exactly, too lazy to even bother to open a box and look and sniff.
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